Ganesha Chaturthi special
Written by Jayashree
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Ganesh Chaturthi is an important festival in our country. It is celebrated on the fourth day of the Hindu month “Bhadrapada” . It marks the birth of Lord Ganesha, who is the destroyer of all evils and thus all auspicious events begins with the chant of His name.  Today, I have taken the previlege to share the posts of some of my dear friends. All these recipes are related to the festival, though may be written at another time. Wishing all of you a very happy festival and hope you like this Ganesha  Chaturthi special post of mine.

Click on the title or the  image for the recipe

1 Kadabu



2 Kambupidi kolukatai from Marudhus Kitchen



3 Kajjikayalu from Masalakorb

4 Puranpoli from shubhaskitchen

5 Banana Modak from Cookwith Kushi

6 Sitabhog from Culinary Express


7 Panchakajjaya using green gram from easybitesonline

8 Sweet Kozhukattai from Traditionally Modern

9 Pineapple ladoo from mytrystwithfoodandtravel


10 Coconut ladoo from Cooking in pajamas


All these dishes are particularly prepared during this festival. Customs and rituals do change but the main purpose of the festival is same. Thankyou Vani, Padma, Shubha, Kushi, Alaka, Anu, Vidya, Piyali and Gowri

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  1. Shubha

    Thanks a ton dear for the mention..You truly are a sweet heart:)

    • jayashree pleasure

  2. Traditionallymodernfood

    Thanks a lot for mentioning my dish dear..pleasure to be in ur space.. Good to C all mouth watering dishes from friends.. Grt collection

    • jayashree

      Thanks for the appreciation Vidya

  3. Gauri

    Happy to be a part of this 🙂 Thank you so much for the mention…:)

    • jayashree

      My pleasure Gauri



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Hello and Welcome to my blog! I am Jayashree from India. An enthusiastic blogger, with a zest for life.  I believe in living life to the fullest.

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